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29 Mar 2016
UN food experts warned Tuesday of "alarming" levels of starvation in South Sudan with food prices at record highs after two years of civil war marked by atrocities.
29 Mar 2016
A hijacker who diverted an EgyptAir flight to Cyprus on Tuesday has released everyone on board except four foreign passengers and the crew, the airline said on Twitter.
29 Mar 2016
Authorities in Cameroon on Monday poured doubt on a would-be suicide bomber's claim that she is one of the 276 Nigerian school girls kidnapped by Boko Haram jihadists in 2014.
29 Mar 2016
A hijacker seized an Egyptian airliner on Tuesday and diverted it to Cyprus, triggering a hostage crisis at Larnaca airport on the south coast, Cypriot police said.
28 Mar 2016
The Central African Republic's new president takes office Wednesday, faced with the challenge of reconciling a divided population and rebuilding a shattered country.
28 Mar 2016
The aid worker could only watch as hundreds of survivors of an attack on the Malakal Protection of Civilians (PoC) site in South Sudan...
28 Mar 2016
EGYPTIAN prosecutors have ordered the detention of four people in connection with the murder of Italian student , Giulio Regeni.
28 Mar 2016
Allies of Democratic Republic of Congo’s President Joseph Kabila won 14 of 19 provincial governorships decided on Saturday, the election commission said.
28 Mar 2016
Two Malians have been arrested on suspicion of playing a key role in a deadly attack on a Cote d’Ivoire beach resort claimed by an Al-Qaeda-linked group.
28 Mar 2016
A Burundi rebel group led by a former officer who launched an abortive coup claimed responsibility on Saturday for the killing of an army colonel last week.
28 Mar 2016
Newly- elected Benin president, Patrice Talon, plans to reduce presidential mandates to just one five-year term, he said late on Friday.
26 Mar 2016
A would-be suicide bomber arrested in northern Cameroon wearing an explosives belt told investigators she was one of 219 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014.

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